Actress Victoria Summer meets with the up-and-coming “NEXTGEN” of movie and TV stars to give advice about pursuing your dreams and living your BUCKiTLIST.
At a very young age, Victoria Summer had a dream of becoming a Hollywood actress. Her mantra was and is, “What else is there to do in life, other than achieve your dreams?” She lamented that people lost track of their dreams, so she developed strategies to keep hers in focus and continued to work towards them.
Born in Reading, Berkshire and raised in the small town of Wokingham, Victoria was involved in the arts from the young age of three, dancing, performing pantomimes, and singing in her church choir. When Victoria arrived in Los Angeles in 2012, she had two suitcases with all of her belongings inside, and knew one person. A self-proclaimed adventurer and workaholic, she was passionate and dedicated to pursuing her dream of being an actress.
Now Victoria Summer has been turning heads in the entertainment industry over the last few years with her timeless look and undeniable talent. She appeared as the iconic ‘Julie Andrews’ in Walt Disney’s “Saving Mr. Banks” with Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson, and was in Paramount Pictures’ “Transformers 4.”
We at BUCKiTDREAM found Victoria’s rise to fame impressive, but her lifelong determination to chase and realize her dreams is what we are really dazzled about. So BUCKiTDREAM and Victoria Summer teamed up for the event Project NEXTGEN, where she gave aspiring young actresses hints on how to make it in Hollywood, and how to keep, develop, and live your dreams.
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